Even better, the Oxygenator’s design works with G-Juice so you can have the best of both worlds as you care for your fish. This means that unlike some treatments, G-Juice has no incompatibility with the Oxygenator’s internal parts, blockage on your cover screen, or interruption to the oxygenation process as you use G-Juice’s concentrated liquid formula.
When there’s no worries about them working against each other, you can rest easy pouring G-Juice into your livewell tanks and start off on the right foot every time you put fish in.
Beyond making sure the water you pull in is treated and safe, G-Juice works to protect your fish from contaminants that may find their way into your livewell via other means, whether that’s from livewell system components, deck runoff, or other sources. Those contaminants can be incredibly harsh on bass and any other gamefish you put in there.
While G-Juice is canceling out contaminants, balancing out pH levels, and providing electrolytes to your fish, there are some things that it’s not doing, things that would make it less effective and less compatible with an Oxygenator.
The first of those things is that it’s not introducing complex and unsafe ingredients into your livewell and it’s not introducing any salt. In fact, G-Juice is simple and safe to the point where it won’t harm your livewell system, the fish you keep, any live bait you keep on hand, your pets, or you.
It’s also notable that G-Juice is not introducing solids or clumps into your plumbing. This is important because you won’t have to worry about granules or other suspended ingredients that are harder to mix in and more problematic for your Oxygenator. Instead, G-Juice combines with the water in a single layer that passes easily through the plumbing of these systems without separating, settling, and building up.
By design, this means that G-Juice is doing no harm to your tanks and oxygenator while it’s making the water just right for your fish, giving them ingestible nutrients, and helping to restore their slime coat after it’s been depleted by nets, decks, and handling.